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Buy Intel’s fifth-generation Broadwell desktop processor or wait for Skylake?

Intel has finally revealed the prices of its first Broadwell desktop processors - the  i5-5675C and the i7-5775C, marking the era of 14-nanometer chips in the desktop world.Intel's fifth-generation Core i desktop processors are coming exactly 9 months after the first Broadwell chips - the Core M aimed at laptops - were

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ARM-MediaTek-TSMC combo could threaten Intel’s market by year end

New benchmark scores for MediaTek's implementation of ARM Holdings' latest core design indicate that MediaTek and ARM are likely to have potential chips suitable for notebooks, servers and even desktop PCs by the end of this year or early next year. These chips would be potentially more powerful than those

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Banned in India, Bangladesh goes virtual with Google Street View

It may be banned in India, but that has not prevented India's neighbour Bangladesh from going online in a big way with Google's Street View.The service allows users to virtually walk along any street using their computer or mobile phone using the Google Maps app. Globally, 65 countries are on

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With Snapdragon 810, Qualcomm beats Intel, AMD in mobile/tablet space

Intel has always been held up as the maker of the most powerful processors, but with yesterday's announcement that nearly 60 phones with the Snapdragon 810 processor are in the works, the Chipzilla has lost the status in the mobile world.According to a statement from Qualcomm yesterday, Motorola, Oppo, Sony,

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IEEE attempts to “build bridges” between different cloud computing providers

The IEEE, World's largest professional association that has invented standards like WiFi may be the one to solve one of the biggest challenges in the emerging Cloud computing economy. Unlike the current business software vendors such as SAP, Oracle, IBM etc., providers of equivalent cloud versions do not provide an

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